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Controlling PC via cell phone SRS documentation

Controlling PC via cell phone SRS documentation

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1) Introduction««««««««««««««««««««21.1) Purpose of SRS««««««««««««««««.21.2) Scope of Product«««««««««««««««...31.3) Definitions, Acronyms, and Abbreviations«««««..31.4) References««««««««««««««««««.41.5) SRS Document Overview««««««««««««.42) General Description«««««««««««««««««52.1) Product Perspective (System Model)««««««««52.2) System Functionality««««««««««««««.52.3) User Characteristics««««««««««««««..62.4) General Constraints«««««««««««««««72.5) Assumptions and Dependencies««««««««««73) Specific Requirements««««««««««««««««73.1) Functional Requirements«««««««««««««83.3.1) Use case Specifications«««««««««.93.2) External Interface Requirements««««««««««103.2.1) User Interfaces«««.««««.«««««103.2.2) Hardware Interfaces««««««««««.103.2.3) Software Interfaces«««««««««.«.103.3) Non-Functional Requirements«««««««««««104) Progress««««««««««««««««««««««.105) Background Study««««««««««««««««««146) Discussion & Conclusion«««««««««««««««.15
 
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1.
 
I
ntroduction
This application provides control of computer via cell phone. The mainobjective of this project is to view computer desktop screen from cell phone and access itvia cell phone. Our application will have two modules
:
Computer module
In this module computer system will act as a receiver and sender. Computer willshare screen and send update of screen to cell phone. Computer module will be able toreceive the data, process it and will response as directed by cell phone application.
Cell phone module
Cell phone module will provide interface to user. The interface includes thedesktop graphical user interface (GUI) of computer with which cell phone phone is paired. User can give input; Cell phone application will extract the input and will transfer to computer module.
 Figure
1 Syst 
em
iagram
 
1.1
 
P
urpose of SRS
This is the software requirements specification for Control Pc through cell phone. This document is primarily intended to provide detailed specifications of the functional requirements and non functional requirements of product. The
 
Controlling Computer Through Cell phone SRS3requirements are illustrated with the help of Uml diagrams and images. The SRSwill facilitate everyone who wants to proceed our work or want to research onremote desktop sharing, controlling devices remotely or using Bluetoothtechnology.
1.2 Scope of 
P
roduct
This project is named as ³
Controlling
P
c through Cell
P
hone
´. The project is limited to two devices having Bluetooth technology at both end for sending and receiving. The project includes work on Advance GUI (GraphicalUser Interface) Programming for cell phone application and computer application,network programming.The application should able to share desktop of computer on cell phone.The user can provide input from cell phone. The computer and cell phone will be paired using Bluetooth. Bluetooth device will be built-in available in computer and cell phone. In case of desktop computer separate Bluetooth device can beused.
 
1.3 Definitions
Graphical User
I
nterface
A user interface based on graphics (icons and pictures and menus)instead of text; uses a mouse as well as a keyboard as an input device.
Symbian Operating System
Symbian OS is an operating system (OS) designed for cell phonedevices and smartphones, with associated libraries, user interface,frameworks and reference implementations of common tools, originallydeveloped by Symbian Ltd.
P
ersonal Data Assistants 
A lightweight consumer electronic device that looks like a hand-held computer but instead performs specific tasks; can serve as a diary or a personal database or a telephone or an alarm clock etc.

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